Suspect, law enforcement officers identified in officer-involved shooting in Sulphur

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SULPHUR, Okla. - Monday night, two law enforcement officers were shot after a 5 hour-long standoff in Sulphur, Oklahoma.

Police say 45-year-old Lisa Schaapveld barricaded herself inside of the Super Mutt Dog Grooming Salon around 3 p.m.

They say she was distraught over relationship issues.  Her partner called police and asked them to check on her.

Police say the woman was threatening to kill herself.

Around 8 p.m., police broke into the building and gun fire erupted.

Authorities say Schaapveld fired a gun and officers fired back.

According to KTEN, Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Tracey Laxton was shot in the lower back and Sulphur police officer Jason Conyer was shot in the leg. They were both treated and released from the hospital.

Schaapveld was taken to OU Medical Center where she underwent surgery.  She is said to be in critical condition.

Another woman, Angela Sealy, was arrested at the scene for assault and battery on a police officer and obstructing an officer during the performance of their duties.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is investigating the incident.


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